A day after Philippine Olympic Committee Bambol Tolentino unveiled his star-studded lineup, Archery president Clint Aranas bared his ticket.
Headlining his ticket is handball president Steve President, who will still run for the chairmanship of the POC.
Track and Field chief Popoy Juico, who lost 20-24 to Tolentino in the snap election last year, will be Aranas’ first vice president.
In a surprise, the former GSIS president tapped Rugby secretary-general Ada Milby to be his second vice president.
“She’s actually an independent. Ada showed that she is outspoken and a good ambassador for rugby,” Aranas remarked about Milby, who was named as one of the 50 most influential people in world rugby.
All 51 National Sports Associations, two representatives from the Athletes Commission, and IOC executive board member Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski will convene on November 27 for the election.
Aranas will go up against Tolentino for the leadership of the agency.